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To the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of His Majestys Treasury

May it please Your Lordshipps

Wee have considered the Petitions annexed of Mr. Wallis & Mr. Bovey, & belive that their Presses may be used in Coynage and tho' one or two Presses might perhaps be safely licensed, yet they may draw on more Petitions, and after the precedents of licensing these presses, it may be more difficult to refuse the rest: and it may be of ill consequence to licence t{oo} many. But Wee humbly submitt the Whole to your Lordshipps Wisdome

Tower Mint Office
 April 1699.

Is. Newton

Tho Neale

Tho: Molyneux
1699

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Report of the Officers
of the Mint to the
Petitions of Mr Wallis
& Mr Bovey.

[1] Mint Office Apr 8. 1699

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